A new group of environmental activists want to use civil disobedience to highlight the climate crisis.
By India Bourke
Getting this balance right is perhaps the greatest challenge facing a new group of environmental activists, known as Extinction Rebellion, who want to use civil disobedience to highlight the climate crisis.
Drawing upon findings from a recent UN report on climate change, the movement argues that the world only has “12 years left” to avoid catastrophic climate breakdown.
They consequently want the UK to reach net-zero emissions by 2025.
“We say the social contract has been broken, so we not only have a right to rebel, we have a duty to rebel”…
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